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Physical Layer Security in Massive MIMO

@article{Basciftci2015PhysicalLS,
  title={Physical Layer Security in Massive MIMO},
  author={Yuksel Ozan Basciftci and Can Emre Koksal and Alexei E. Ashikhmin},
  journal={arXiv: Information Theory},
  year={2015}
}
We consider a single-cell downlink massive MIMO communication in the presence of an adversary capable of jamming and eavesdropping simultaneously. We show that massive MIMO communication is naturally resilient to no training-phase jamming attack in which the adversary jams only the data communication and eavesdrops both the data communication and the training. Specifically, we show that the secure degrees of freedom (DoF) attained in the presence of such an attack is identical to the maximum… 

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